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Summer Student

North of Superior Counselling Programs

Summer Student Job Posting – Four Positions Available
Full-time, up to 10 weeks
One in each of Marathon, Nipigon, Geraldton, Schreiber

Summary
The North of Superior Counselling Programs (NOSP) Summer Student positions will support the management/administrative team with records management. Summer students will report directly to a Clinical Services Manager (CSM) and will work out of any one of four NOSP sites – either the Marathon, Schreiber, Nipigon or Geraldton site.

Students will work 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday, for a total of 37.5 hours/week. The hourly wage will be $15.00/hour with pay in lieu of vacation.

Students must be attending College or University in the Fall of 2022. Preference will be given to student applicants who are entering or returning to a course of study specific to social service work/social work, mental health, addictions, child and youth work, etc.

Interested students are asked to submit a current resume and cover letter to the attention of Bobby Jo Smith, Executive Director, at careers@nosp.on.ca.
Note that applicants who are being considered will also be required to submit a satisfactory criminal records’ check and two references, prior to a formal job offer being extended.

Qualifications and Requirements
• Entering or returning to College or University in the Fall of 2022, preferably in a course of study specific to social service work/social work, mental health, addictions, child and youth work, etc.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality and apply privacy practices consistent with PHIPA.
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
• Comfort in working with database programs.
• Comfort in working with office equipment such as copiers/scanners.
• Ability to effectively manage time.
• Ability to work independently.
• Keen attention to details, resourceful and flexible.
• Comfortable in engaging colleagues and supervisor to report problems and concerns and/or to problem solve for solutions.

Work Conditions
• Sitting in front of a computer screen for extended periods of time.
• Standing in front of a copier/scanner for extended periods of time.
• Working in a combination of small spaces and large open spaces, the latter of which may have multiple individuals working in a variety of roles.
• Interacting with clinical staff sharing the same work space.
• Interacting with clients of all ages, accessing on-site services.
• Repetitive work.
• Lifting of items under 50 pounds.

Occupational Health & Safety
Students are expected to:
• Follow all policies and procedures to ensure personal safety and safety of others.
• Report any equipment or safety problems to their direct supervisor or designate.
• Review agency policies and procedures as required.

To apply for this job email your details to careers@nosp.on.ca.

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